In his post-election press conference, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak attributed the results of the 13th general election on May 5 to a "Chinese tsunami", referring to the massive swing of Chinese voters away from the ruling Barisan Nasional .
Civil society groups have taken the lead to lay the ghost of May 13, 1969 to rest with some 20 groups, led by Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia , pledging to fight divisive racial politics and working for democratic reforms.
Business leaders in Johor have said they expect Malaysia's southernmost state to remain competitive, despite having gone through its most hotly-contested elections to date.
Secretary general of the Malaysian Indian Congress , Datuk S. Murugesan, has resigned after he lost the Kota Raja parliamentary seat in the Malaysian state of Selangor in the country's May 5 general elections.
What the Chinese want is, in fact, what the educated urban Malaysian voter, regardless of ethnicity, wants: respect, and an acknowledgement of their right to an inclusive, peaceful existence, says Dr Ong Hean Teik .
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KUALA LUMPUR: A group of non-governmental organisations has demanded that members of the Election Commission resign over alleged irregularities in the May 5 general election.
Even as the dust settles from his victorious battle against Malaysia's galvanised opposition, Prime Minister Najib Razak might be heading for another fight - convincing warlords in his own party to keep him on as chief.
Khalid, 55, who hails from Seremban, attended training as a police inspector at the Police Training Centre on Dec 5, 1976.
Central Pattana will develop a regional shopping mall in Malaysia through a 60:40 joint venture with Malaysia-based I-City Properties as a step towards becoming a retail leader in Asean.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 -- Police have confirmed that they detained Hatijah Aam, the widow of the founder of the outlawed Al-Arqam movement, at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 11.30am Monday.
BN under pressure to dismantle race-based policies as opposition draws more support from all sides, lifting popular vote above 50%. History was supposed to have been made on May 5, the day Malaysians came out in record numbers to vote for a new government.
The Election Commission may find itself faced with obstacles when it gets to the task of re-delineating the electoral constituencies.
Several Chinese associations say they are not worried about the possibility of a Barisan Nasional Cabinet without a single Chinese face because in the country's new political landscape, any minister regardless of race must represent all Malaysians.